Google took the wraps off a number of products at its I/O conference, including Nexus 7 tablet and Jelly Bean, the newest Android operating system. But TechCrunch's Ryan Lawler asks: "Wait, What? No Update for Google TV?" (Though not keynote worthy, it will get some upgrades, including subscription billing and support for purchasing content.)
The feud between AMC and Dish is heating up. The network is launching a advertising campaign — on websites, billboards and buses — to let Dish subscribers know the pay TV provider plans to drop AMC at the end of June.
A new survey finds the majority of cable subscribers aren't aware of their TV Everywhere options.
Amazon's Lovefilm signed a one-year deal to stream 20th Century Fox's shows and movies. "24" marathon, anyone?
Hulu, meanwhile, inked a partnership with HBO to stream its catalog, including hits such as "Entourage" and "Sex and the City," in Japan.
A new report says online viewing patterns are beginning to look like TV seasonal patterns.
Last time we wrote about Louis C.K., he went direct to consumer to distribute his new comedy special. He's again going the DTC route, except this time, he's selling tickets online for his upcoming shows. Within two days, he already sold more than 100,000 tickets, grossing $4.5 million. "I guess it was a good idea," he tweeted.
If you've ever uploaded a video to YouTube, you might have noticed the view count kind of stops around 301. This has stumped many, and earlier this week, one user has figured out why. It's because after 300 views, there was a verification process to make sure no one was gaming the view counts.
NBC wants you to get ready for the most social Olympics ever. Shazam is partnering with a number of undisclosed players for the event.
We like data as much as the next online video industry news blog, but ReelSEO has noticed there's a big discrepancy — like a discrepancy of 15 million viewers — between Nielsen and comScore's monthly online viewing numbers.
YouTube has joined Pinterest. Hope there's a funny cat board.
ESPN's livestream of the NBA Finals averaged 330,000 viewers.
Comcast ponied up $800,000 to the FCC for making it difficult for customers to find Internet-only packages.
Whoa, that's wide! Vizio's new Cinemawide TVs features a 21:9 aspect ratio.